Thursday is another busy day of sport, with group stage matches in the Europa League and Europa Conference League the focus of much attention.
Arsenal and Manchester United are in action in the Europa League, while West Ham and Hearts take to the field in the Europa Conference League.
There are also four warm-up matches taking place ahead of the T20 World Cup and five race meetings from across the UK and Ireland which can be watched on our Sports Live Streaming platform.
|What||Bodo/Glimt v Arsenal, Europa League Group A|
|Where||Aspmyra Stadion, Bodo|
|When||17:45, Thursday 13th October|
|How to watch||BT Sport 2|
|Odds||Bodo/Glimt 6/1, Draw , Arsenal 4/9|
Arsenal have enjoyed a superb start to the new season, as they currently top the Premier League table, as well as having won their opening two group games in the Europa League.
FC Zurich and Bodo/Glimt have been seen off in Europe, with the latter now hoping to cause the Gunners some problems on their artificial surface at the Aspmyra Stadion.
In between those two victories Mikel Arteta’s men saw off Brentford and Tottenham in domestic action and they head to Norway on the back of a thrilling 3-2 victory at home to Liverpool at the weekend.
However, they are likely to be well tested by a home side who have only lost one of their last 16 games on their own patch, with a draw on Thursday evening priced at and a 1-1 final scoreline available at 8/1.
|What||Manchester United v Omonia Nicosia, Europa League Group E|
|Where||Old Trafford, Manchester|
|When||20:00, Thursday 13th October|
|How to watch||BT Sport 1|
|Odds||Man Utd 1/12, Draw 10/1, Omonia|
Manchester United will be hoping to put on a convincing display at home to Omonia Nicosia, having been pushed all the way last week before securing a 3-2 victory in Cyprus.
Red Devils head coach Erik ten Hag is still trying to work out his preferred starting line-up and get some consistency out of his players, with United having won three and lost two of their last five matches in all competitions.
Striker Anthony Martial is rated as a major doubt due to a back problem, while Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Harry Maguire and Donny van de Beek all remain sidelined by injury.
The visitors, managed by former Celtic boss Neil Lennon, look likely to be without goalkeeper Fabiano due to a shoulder injury, while former Bhoys striker Gary Hooper could be handed a chance to impress.
|What||West Ham v Anderlecht, Europa Conference League Group B|
|Where||London Stadium, London|
|When||20:00, Thursday 13th October, 2022|
|How to watch||BT Sport 2|
|Odds||West Ham 4/9, Draw 7/2, Anderlecht|
West Ham have made a perfect start to their Europa Conference League group stage campaign, having won three out of three to top their pool by five points heading into the fourth round of matches.
A slow start to the season saw some doubts raised about the ability of David Moyes’ side to build on impressive 2021/22 season.
However, the Irons have picked up massively in recent weeks and have won five of their last six in all competitions ahead of a visit from Anderlecht.
A Gianluca Scamacca goal gave the visitors a 1-0 victory in Brussels last week and the Italian striker has now found the net on three consecutive outings.
He can be backed at 11/8 to score at any time on Thursday, while Scamacca is to open the scoring at the London Stadium.